E3 2006 - Interview With Shigeru Miyamoto From Nintendo

Posted: May 11 2006, 11:02pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:35pm CDT, in News | E3

E3 2006 - Interview With Shigeru Miyamoto from Nintendo
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AOL's Engadget and Joystiq scored a cool interview with Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto.

I hope this Miyamoto statement holds true:
"The one thing that I have been thinking about for a long time is this problem we've had with 3D games, where as we've been making 3D games, 3D worlds and the control schemes have becomes so complicated. People who don't play games can't easily jump into those interactive worlds and experience them.
And I think we've been able to overcome some of that difficulty with the functionality of the Wii controller. So now as we go forward and create software I have to continue to think of ideas of how to take advantage of that to overcome that barrier." Best Quote from the interview:
"I actually haven't had a chance to even be out on the show floor so I don't even know what's available to play. Although I do want to see how Sony's little sensor is working. (Laughs) "
Read the full interview.

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